- I have to admit that I'm thoroughly enjoying the latest
White House scandal. It seems that our tough-guy, fighter-pilot president
who smokes out terrorists dead or alive when he's not preaching Christian
morality and family values, has been spending his evenings with a gay male
prostitute. I'm sure this is no surprise to the bonesmen, but I have to
wonder if Laura Bush and the twins know about this.
- Not even Karl Rove can untie the knot of karma's circle
that's now forming a noose around our "president's" neck, and
I can't help but smile at the possibility of a White House homosexuality
scandal being forced into the mainstream news. I don't usually ridicule
anyone's sexual orientation, but there's something special about the planet's
most visible gay-basher being "outed." I doubt that Bush's position
on gay marriage is breaking Gannon's heart, but in light of the fact that
our "president" has probably been bent over the desk in the oval
office, it does epitomize the hypocrisy that now pervades all of what our
- Judging by Lynn Cheney's writing, it might be safe to
assume that she and Laura Bush have become friendly, since Dubya prefers
to spend his free time with Gannon, which would leave "Dick"
Cheney free to prey upon Karl Rove. If they're all consenting adults, it's
none of my business, but I do find it comical that the proponents of abstinence
and chastity are probably inspiring a modern re-make of "Caligula."
- The tragic part of this story involves the half-million
children that disappear every year in the United States, and the knowledge
that people in our government are the privileged consumers of this harvest.
What insane degree of arrogance has allowed them to ruin countless human
lives to satisfy their perverted, and sadistic lust? What makes them feel
they have a right to take a boy like Johnny Gosch, and turn him into a
monster like Gannon? How many children don't survive? They shouldn't be
so confident of getting away with things like this, and if it's not too
much to hope for, I think they should be punished for it. If it's not too
much to admit, I think "cruel and unusual punishment" might be
justified for these people who have managed to justify the torture of innocents
around the globe.
- It's not just a matter of corrupt leaders robbing us
and killing us, or stealing our freedom while selling our nation. The real
problem is that they don't even look upon us as human beings anymore. In
their eyes we've become much lesser beings, who are obviously not deserving
of the slightest bit of compassion. And just like a sadistic child might
torture a small animal, they can be expected to gain some type of sadistic
pleasure from insuring our misery. They probably flaunt their power by
bragging about the ruined lives they've left in their wake, and then joke
about the hardship they've heaped upon the slave class. I think they laugh
about the lies we believe, and gloat over the number of body bags filled
by their genetically engineered viruses.
- The people ruining our lives and this country are cruel,
heartless, and sadistic murderers, who have shown no hint of remorse or
regret for the acts of mass murder they committed in Oklahoma city, and
on 9-11. Murdering 3000 citizens to rally support for profitable wars is
all part of a day's work for them. It's not easy to sway the opinion of
an entire nation overnight, or to induce them to accept life without freedom
in the "post 9-11 world." It wasn't easy, but it's gotten them
richer than you can imagine, and it will leave the rest of us poor and
- The time-honored techniques of murder, intimidation,
bribery, blackmail, and nepotism have left our fascist regime in firm control
of all three branches of our government, as well as the media. It might
be an uncomfortable reality to accept, but there is no longer anyone in
our government we can turn to for help. Our "representatives"
have sold us out, and their new function is to assist in the pillaging
of our wealth, and to get as much work out of us as possible before we
die. Our entire lives have been reduced to mere entries in a corporate
leger, and as such, our lives must be as inexpensive as possible.
- They won't waste any more money on the homeless, the
mentally ill, the disabled, or the elderly. If you can't work, you'll die,
and if you can work, they'll get as much work out of you as they can, while
they squeeze from you every penny they can grab. They dream up new ways
to tax us every day, despite the fact that the richest 1% just received
an additional 85% tax cut, most of which will be invested overseas. America's
wealth is being systematically drained, and the nation's infrastructure
is crumbling. Our roads are falling into disrepair, and our parks, libraries
and schools are closing. Your social security retirement funds have been
looted, and there is only enough money for police, prisons, and war. There's
still no sign of the $2.3 trillion that was "lost" by the pentagon,
but no one in our government seems to be worried about it. I guess it would
be silly to try to find it, or hold anyone accountable, when it's a lot
easier to squeeze some more money out of the people.
- I don't think we deserve their obvious contempt for our
very existence, but I do think it's the inevitable result of allowing ourselves
to be ruled and oppressed by a gang of thieves, mass murderers, and pederasts.
These things happen because we allow them to happen, and it will only stop
when we stop it, because no one exists who will do it for us. You can't
detach yourself from this responsibility by saying "I voted for Kerry."
Kerry wouldn't have made a difference, nor would the "election"
of anyone else. The elections are about as important as any traveling circus,
but they must exist so you'll feel you have some recourse. The elections
are rigged, it doesn't matter who you vote for, and that may never change.
But the elections are legitimate, as is the election process, because we
didn't fight hard enough to prove that they're fraudulent. Either way,
our present emergency demands that your political participation consist
of a lot more than voting in a bogus election. Our rulers will continue
to rob us, murder us, and molest our children, until we put a stop to it.
- Our options, and our time, are both running out, and
as more time is wasted, our options diminish further. Naturally, we will
pursue all lawful and peaceful avenues to their extreme end before considering
any horrifying solutions, but the scary factor in the equation is that
if change is violent, it won't be the result of anyone's careful consideration.
It's something that will erupt quickly, like a long-dormant volcano, that
now releases steam silently, through tiny cracks in the mountain. It might
happen in a week, and it might happen in a year, and hopefully, it will
never happen at all, but our present circumstances make it very likely.
An economic collapse is inevitable, and a lot of people will be left with
nothing to lose.
- Anger is building steadily, and it increases with every
mortgage foreclosure, and every time someone watches a loved one die because
they can't afford health insurance. It grows quickly in those who have
worked all their lives, and fought for this nation, who are now unworthy
of having a roof over their head in the land of plenty. It rises silently
under the gaze of an intrusive and oppressive government, that has pried
its eyes into everything we do, and steals a big piece of everything we've
worked for, only to spend it entirely against our will.
- This is not America, this is tyranny defined, and the
proof lies in your fear of speaking your mind, or questioning your government.
And the fear is justified when well known journalists like Gary Webb and
Hunter Thompson suffer from "preemptive book burnings", that
forever silence dissenting opinions, and try to slow the continuous dissemination
of truth. The official rulings of "suicide" are an obvious farce
when you know the details, but the killers aren't worried about that either.
The message they want to convey is "if you speak out, we'll kill you,
and nobody's going to stop us."
- We need to answer this message by letting them know that
they will be stopped, because we won't be.
- --- Jolly Roger